Lucchese cowboy boots
Lucchese cowboy boots are 100% made in USA in El Paso, Texas.
Founded in 1883, Lucchese makes boots by using only the finest grade of leathers. Each pair of boots is hand-inspected twice. And although the leather is initially shaved by machine, the leather is subsequently worked by hand:
"If you cut leather for your boots in the same way you would carve up a meat carcass for your dinner table, you will be in good shape." - Sam Lucchese Jr.
Lucchese is a major supporter of the Military Warriors Support Foundation, which provides wounded veterans with counseling and home assistance.
To purchase a sturdy, leather pair of Lucchese boots, visit the Allens Boots website.
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